First Prize (tie): Hemorrhage following percutaneous renal surgery: characterization of angiographic findings.

@article{Richstone2008FirstP,
  title={First Prize (tie): Hemorrhage following percutaneous renal surgery: characterization of angiographic findings.},
  author={Lee Richstone and Ernesto Reggio and Michael Cecil Ost and Casey A. Seideman and Lindsey K Fossett and Zeph Okeke and Ardeshir R. Rastinehad and Igor I Lobko and David N. Siegel and Arthur D. Smith},
  journal={Journal of endourology},
  year={2008},
  volume={22 6},
  pages={1129-35}
}
PURPOSE Percutaneous surgery is an established approach to a spectrum of renal pathology, and hemorrhage is the most concerning complication of this technique. We determined the frequency of postoperative hemorrhage requiring selective angioembolization (sae), the efficacy of this approach, and characterized the angiographic findings. METHODS We reviewed our database of 4695 patients who underwent percutaneous renal surgery and identified patients requiring SAE for postoperative hemorrhage… CONTINUE READING

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